Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Continuing the Story

It's now been almost six months since I graduated from English Nanny & Governess School and left Ohio. Now that I look back on it, I see how good it really was for me and how much it made me appreciate my family, church, friends, etc. I am also extremely grateful for the education I received and the friends I made, and all the lessons I learned about dealing with other people and controlling my emotion, and acting like a christian and being different from the world. 

After six months of searching, interviewing, and praying, I have found a job with a family that I believe I will love and was well worth the wait. It is amazing how God opened these doors for me when I wasn't even looking at them. A lady at my parents' church works for a family who needed a nanny. This lady who doesn't know me very well, but is good friends with my mom, told the family about me. I met with them and talked with them. We got a long great. I met the children, they are great. I bought a car that I need for the job with cash.  The whole situation is great. Even when I was impatient God still provided for me. And now tomorrow I am going to start my job. God is so good. 

My parents and family have stressed so much to me how blessed I truly am. WIth the economy in it's horrible state, it is amazing that at my young age I was able to get a great job so quickly. There are people who spend thousands of dollars and many years on school and cannot find a job. There are people with children to provide for and a house to pay for who haven't been able to find a job for months and months. There are not many 19 year olds who have a trust fund that provided them with school without loans, and a car for her job. From a great aunt that I barely knew. God has a plan for me. A GOOD plan. And even if things seem bad, everything works out for good. I am overwhelmed with the amount of good things God has given me. Now I just need to make sure I use all of the opportunity to honor Him, and not myself.

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